Book Reviews, Reformed Theology

A Reformed identity

The Reformed understanding of things is that we do not have immediate access to God’s being. We have mediated access through God the Son incarnate and through the preaching of the gospel and the administration of the sacraments. The goal of our theology is to think God’s thoughts after him, as his image-bearers, as analogues. —R. Scott Clark, Recovering the Reformed Confession, p. 151

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